Magdalene Fields – Berwick upon Tweed
Established in 1903, with the initial layout of nine holes designed by Willie Park, the then Professional at Musselburgh. Magdalene Fields Golf Club enjoys a cliff top setting with coastal views southwards to Holy Island and northwards to Scotland. The 18 hole course is parkland with a typical links layout set outside the Elizabethan Walls of Berwick-upon-Tweed, where English and Scots battled for centuries for control of the Border Town.

Goswick Golf Course – Berwick upon Tweed
Founded in 1890, the original nine holes were laid out by the famous Golf Architect James Braid and extended to 18 in 1864. In 1964, the first 9 holes were modified by Frank Pennick to give added yardage and remains much the same today. Visitors will find a friendly and informal atmosphere in the clubhouse with full catering.

Haggerston Golf Course – Berwick upon Tweed
Our 9-hole undulating course was completed in 1994 and has been constructed to a high standard with first class, well-designed greens, some of which are elevated with a double level.

Hirsel Golf Club – Coldstream
The first and last course in Scotland, the home of golf, you could not wish for a friendlier or more picturesque introduction to the country or the game. The Hirsel was founded in 1948, which means it celebrated it’s half century recently. Nestling on the beautiful and historic Scottish Borders on the outskirts of Coldstream, home of the Coldstream Guards, and forms part of the ancestral estate of Lord David Douglas-Home, 15th Earl, Chief of the Clan Home, and son of past Prime Minister, Sir Alec Douglas-Home.

Hawick Golf Club
Hawick Golf Club is an old and well established golf club, which lies in the beautiful borders of Scotland, with it’s rolling heather clad hills, and the Rivers Tweed, and Teviot, running through wooded valleys to the sea, centuries of history, castles, abbeys, and watchtowers.

Eyemouth Golf Club
Why not come and play our now famous 6th hole which was voted “Britain’s Most Extraordinary Golf Hole”. It’s a formidable and challenging par 3 played across a vast gully often with the North Sea waves crashing below which leaves little room for error.

Duns Golf Club
Visit a hidden gem and one of the friendliest club in the Borders.

Jedburgh Golf Club
Jedburgh Golf Club is set in the heart of the Scottish Borders amidst outstanding scenery with breathtaking views across the Cheviot hills.

Melrose Golf Club
Situated at the foot of the Eildon Hills, the course slopes mainly upwards for the first two holes. There are 11 tees, tree lined fairways and bunkers on eighth holes. The fourth hole may appear easy at only 343-yards for a par four, but a sharp dogleg left that cannot be cut adds a little edge to this hole.

Dunbar Golf Club
Visitors to Dunbar Golf Club are always warmly welcomed by the Club and the Staff and you are sure to enjoy a wonderful experience on this traditional links course and in the warm atmosphere of the clubhouse and restaurant.

Bamburgh Castle Golf Club
Perched on basalt outcrops overlooking the ancient fortress from which it takes its name, Bamburgh Castle Golf Club often referred to as the most picturesque in England is also a fine test of golf for all that play it, being a regular venue for County and Inter-County events.

Belford Golf Club
It’s all change at Belford Golf Club which opened in 1993 as a 9 hole parkland course, but was renamed last year THE BELFORD.
THE BELFORD is overlooked by the magnificent 18th century Belford Hall and boasts panoramic views over the North Sea nature reserve of Lindisfarne & Holy Island.
Dozens of new trees have been added and 9 new tee boxes. Goflers wishing to play a full 18 holes will be able to play each hole from two different angles.  Although only 11 years old, this parkland course has matured and is great fun to play, but be warned, it’s no push over!

Seahouses Golf Club
It is a challenging seaside links course whatever the weather. The feature hole on the course is the internationally famous ‘par 3’ 10th – ‘Logan’s Loch’. The course has 18 holes, measures 5542 yards and has a S.S.S.of 67.

Wooler Golf Club
Wooler Golf Club is situated just off the B6525 Wooler to Berwick road, at the village of Doddington, some 3 miles North East of Wooler. This 9 hole 18 tee, par 72 course occupies the high ground known as Dod Law.

Roxburghe Golf Club
If you are in the mood for grand surroundings and a true test of championship golf then look no further than the Roxburghe in the Borders, a course favoured by Colin Montgomerie and the course record is held by Sergio Garcia at 66.